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New Zealand Fulbright Scholar finds cold weather, warm community at Syracuse

Second in a 4-part series of profiles on Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching recipients While initially envious of some of her Fulbright colleagues that got sent to Arizona and warmer climates, Dianne Christenson now says she couldn’t be happier that Syracuse was ultimately selected as her destination. Not only because she got to go nearly...
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Ranielle Navarro brings passion and positivity for science and literacy to Syracuse

First in a 4-part series of profiles on Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching recipients Aware of her status as the youngest person in the group of 18 recipients of the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program for International Teachers (Fulbright DAI) spending the semester in Syracuse, Ranielle Navarro, an elementary science teacher from the Philippines,...
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School of Education Included in Inaugural SOURCE Grant Program

103 student projects were selected for the first cohort of awardees funded by Syracuse University’s new Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Engagement, known as The SOURCE, the University announced Tuesday. Several students from the School of Education received SOURCE grants, including: Brandon Fascia, Health and Exercise Science: “Effect of Beetroot Juice Consumption on Cerebral...
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Elisa Dekaney, Music Education Students of Samba Laranja win SAMMY Award

On March 8, 2019, Samba Laranja: the Syracuse University Brazilian Ensemble, received the 2019 Syracuse Area Music Awards (SAMMY) for Best Recording Other Styles for the recording “Guaraná.” The ensemble is led by Elisa Dekany, professor of music education in the Department of Teaching and Leadership, and Joshua Dekaney, adjunct faculty in the Setnor School...
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Special Education Alumni Win AERA Dissertation Awards

Two graduates of the Special Education Ph.D. program received awards for their dissertations from American Educational Research Association special interest groups (SIGs). Chelsea Tracy-Bronson G’18, Ph.D., received two Outstanding Dissertation Awards for her dissertation entitled “Inclusive Education in Practice: District-Level Special Education Administrators’ Leadership.” She received awards from both the Districts in Research and Reform...
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School of Education Creates Opportunity for Master’s Students through New Scholarships

The School of Education is providing new funding opportunities for graduate students who begin select master’s degrees in summer or fall 2019. Through a combination of scholarships, grants and other funding, students can receive a 60-75 percent discount on the total tuition cost of a master’s degree in several education and counseling areas. “These scholarships...
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The School of Education at AERA 2019

The Syracuse University School of Education is well represented by our faculty, students, and alumni at the American Educational Research Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario April 5-9. Presentation titles, locations, and times are listed below. The full program including abstracts is available on the AERA website. Reception for Faculty, Students, Alumni, Colleagues, and...
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Doctoral Students Selected as Orange Holmes Scholars

Tiffany Hamm, first-year doctoral student in Science Education, and Phillandra Smith, first-year doctoral student in Special Education were selected as Orange Holmes Scholars with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Both will serve for three years and receive mentoring as a teacher/leader/counselor educator, and financial support to participate in the annual AACTE meeting and...
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RLA Faculty, Student Co-author Article for Science Direct

Yinan Liu, doctoral candidate in Literacy Education, Bong Gee Jang, assistant professor, and Zaline Roy-Campbell, associate professor, all from the Department of Reading and Language Arts, have published an article in the top-tier Journal Computers and Education. This article, titled “Optimum input mode in the modality and redundancy principles for university ESL students’ multimedia learning”, finds...
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Hetsie Veitch Serves as a Mentor, Colleague, and Student Leader at the School of Education

An accountant, a traveling physical therapist, and Director of Disabilities Support for a University—three very different careers offering a multitude of life experiences that Hetsie Veitch is now sharing with classmates, professors, and staff at the School of Education. While all in some way contributed to Veitch’s current pursuit as a Ph.D. candidate in the...
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